These Are the 5 Kitchen Tools Joanna Gaines Can’t Live Without

You might be more familiar with seeing Joanna and her husband/co-star Chip Gaines tackle home improvement projects from the foundation to the roof on Fixer Upper. But the mom of five’s favorite place in every home has always been around and near the table.



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“With design, when I walk into a house, I have this end goal in mind that I see in my head and until it gets there, I won’t stop. When you put me in the food world it is a little looser…I don’t want to be a perfectionist in the kitchen. When I come home from work and it is a full day of meetings and design I want to cut myself some slack and just let it be a creative thing that kind of fuels me,” Gaines revealed in a recent interview with Architectural Digest.



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So as she set up her TV kitchen for her new Discovery cooking show, Magnolia Table (which shares a name with her Waco cafe and 2018 cookbook), Gaines aimed to infuse an earthy, relaxed vibe into the space that’s filled with only the essentials. Okay, and a

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Joanna Gaines Takes AD Inside Her TV Kitchen

Like it did for so many of us, the COVID-19 pandemic changed Chip and Joanna Gaines’s plans. Their new television network, Magnolia, was supposed to launch in 2020. It is now on hold until further notice, but that didn’t stop the duo, who rose to fame renovating houses on their HGTV show Fixer Upper, from getting to work creating some of the content. A selection of programming originally meant for the network launch has been slowly rolling out on the new streaming service Discovery+, including Magnolia Table, Joanna’s new cooking show, which she filmed during the pandemic.

“We went through all the [necessary] things from a production standpoint to make sure we were being tested weekly. I felt super safe on-set. It was almost like the cooking show crew was our quarantine family,” she says. “It is hard because we are still in [the pandemic]. But it has forced a lot of creativity out of a lot of us. I swear if it were any other year we would just get into it. Now, I feel like things can be more thoughtful and intentional.”

The end result is a show that is incredibly down to earth and relaxed,

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